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Continued live coverage from SW19 on ladies' final day.
Although the Williams sisters have dominated the tournament for the past few years, Belgians Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin-Hardenne both pose a serious threat to their supremacy. Will a new champion hold the famous
Venus Rosewater Dish aloft this year? Sue Barker reports.
The men's doubles final is also in today's schedule. Last year, Todd Woodbridge and Jonas Bjorkman took their first Wimbledon title together with a straight-sets victory over Mark Knowles of the Bahamas and Canada's Daniel Nestor.
This was Woodbridge's seventh men's doubles victory- his previous titles were won as part of his famed partnership with fellow Australian Mark Woodforde , who is now retired. Producer Helen Kuttner : Editors Philip Bemie and Cart Hicks BBCi: digital viewers can select action from up to four different courts, join in discussions, and access the latest scores and news by pressing the red button on their remote control www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon Bonus Wimbledon offer: page
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